Wow RJ. A couple weeks ago you were mooning over Miss. Cinnamon. Now you’re passing up a kiss in favor of rescuing Sopapilla. I’m impressed.
Hmm, the look on Janis’ face says “My husband is listening to imaginary voices instead of listening to me.” She probably doesn’t know whether to be freaked out, or jealous.
At least Tom and Ann didn’t do a “Lets surprise Tiffany at the resturant” angle. But you’re right. Tiffany should join one of her other friends. She can’t let Ann win.
True, that is definitely something she would do. The idea with my scenario though is, she doesn’t have to go through the whole marriage business.
Ann would never allow Tom and Tiff to have a private dinner. Unless something else cooked up. Consider this scenario;
During their dinner, Tiffany asks her father why Ann isn’t joining them. He tells her she is out of town, working on an important business deal for his company. To insure everything goes smoothly, he signs power of attorney over to her and (You see where I’m going with this?).
Being ‘popular’ doesn’t answer Marigold’s question if Dakota is ‘lonely’.
Phoebe! You watch your language, young lady!
I think you’re missing the point. Yes Zebo talks the same way. And it sounds overly pretentious. But the difference is, he knows what these words mean. You can see it in the lesson he was trying to teach LuAnn all week. For Tara, who basically mocked everything about the assignment to use the same language showed a lack of depth. She knew she was supposed to explain her intent on a way the class understood. Instead she chose to be, as I’ve said before, a smartass.
What was the lesson? Art is subjective. Artists are not. View their work with an open perspective. But view them with a grain of salt.
Will this be like when Phoebe spoke horse?
She carries pancakes in her backpack?Okay, Rip would be demanding RJ marry this girl immediately!